A 15 year old whisky distilled at Willowbank in Dunedin on the South Island of New Zealand. The distillery closed in 1998 and has since been dismantled, but a few of their whiskies are available on the market, including this entry in the Milford range.
The debut release from The New Zealand Malt Whisky Company, the DoubleWood 10 year old was distilled at closed Willowbank in Dunedin on the South Island before being matured for 6 years in American oak and finished for 4 in French oak barrels formerly used to hold red wine.
This bottling was produced at Willowbank distillery and originally intended to be Lammerlaw single malt, the distillery closed in 2000 when the stills were sent to Fiji for rum production. The stocks were subsequently bought by The New Zealand Malt Whisky Company, who have released this delightful spicy and fruity expression.
A single cask 1993 vintage whisky from the closed Willowbank distillery on the South Island of New Zealand. This has been matured for 18 years before bottling in late 2012. Whisky Bible Awards 2014: 92.5 Points
A 21 year old New Zealand whisky distilled at Willowbank on the South Island. The bottle features a picture of the Water of Leith distillery, which became the site of Willowbank, which itself was also closed and has since been demolished. Whisky Bible Awards 2014: 95 Points
A 26 year old cask strength whisky from New Zealand's closed Willowbank distillery. It's been bottled to commemorate the first rugby world cup, held in 1987 and won by the All Blacks, and named for the old referee's scrum commands - Crouch, Touch, Pause, Enjoy.